Honeymoon in Morocco
From the mountains to the medinas, a honeymoon in Morocco is a kaleidoscope of colours in a fascinating North African gem…
Atmospheric and exotic, Morocco has been enticing travellers for centuries and it’s the perfect destination for honeymoon adventure seekers.
Most couples will start in Marrakech with its beautiful architecture, including riads (traditional Moroccan houses) turned into boutique hotels. The medina is at its centre and shopping with artisan makers – whether it’s for spices, leather, argan oil products or investing in a timeless handira (a beautiful traditional handmade wedding blanket) is retail therapy like no other. Moroccan cuisine is one of the world’s most intriguing. Whether you prefer dining on street food or in traditional restaurants, it’s the perfect destination for gastronomy lovers.
Outside of the city, just scratch the surface and you’ll find wild desert landscapes of the Sahara, trekking through Berber villages under Mount Toubkal, ancient seaside towns like Essaouira and the snow-sprinkled Atlas mountains.
The best time to visit Morocco for a honeymoon is during the Spring (from March to May) and Autumn (September to October). During the winter months, it can get cooler, particularly in the mountains, with hot summers suitable for the beach.
Is Morocco good for a honeymoon? Yes, it’s perfect a honeymoon full of cultural and outdoor pursuits
How long do you need for a honeymoon in Morocco? While you can visit Marrakesh for a long weekend, for a longer honeymoon in Morocco we recommend at least 14 nights.
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